Grid Game Bibliography

A. Rege, E. Parker, and T. R. McJunkin,Using a critical infrastructure game to provide realistic observation of the human in the loop by criminal justice students, in 2017 Resilience Week (RWS), Sept 2017, pp. 154 — 160.

A. Rege, S. Biswas, L. Bai, E. Parker, and T. R. McJunkin,Using simulators to assess knowl- edge and behavior of “novice” operators of critical infrastructure under cyberattack events,in 2017 Resilience Week (RWS), Sept 2017, pp. 50 — 56.

T. R. McJunkin, C. G. Rieger, A. Rege, S. K. Biswas, M. Haney, M. J. Santora, B. K. Johnson, R. L. Boring, D. S. Naidu, and J. F. Gardner,Multidisciplinary Game-based Approach for Generating Student Enthusiasm for Addressing Critical Infrastructure Challenges,in 2016 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. New Orleans, Louisiana: ASEE Conferences, Jun. 2016.

T. R. McJunkin, C. G. Rieger, B. K. Johnson, D. S. Naidu, L. H. Beaty, J. F. Gardner, I. Ray, K. L. LeBlanc, and M. Guryan,Interdisciplinary Education through “Edu-tainment” Electric Grid Resilient Control Systems Course,in 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. Seattle, Washington: ASEE Conferences, Jun. 2015.

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